Stan Wawrinka Net worth 2024

Last Modified Jan 11, 2024 10:10 GMT

Nicknamed "Stan the Man,” Stan Wawrinka is a Swiss professional tennis player, who is currently ranked No. 56 in singles. He achieved his career-high singles ranking of No. 3 in January 2014. Wawrinka has won 16 ATP singles titles in his career so far, including three grand slams and one Masters 1000 title. He is the second male player from Switzerland to win a Grand Slam after Roger Federer. Wawrinka won all three Grand Slam titles after defeating the world No. 1 player in the final.


Stan Wawrinka Net Worth 2024
Stan Wawrinka


Wawrinka also won the gold in doubles at the 2008 Beijing Olympics with Roger Federer and helped the Swiss team win the 2014 Davis Cup.


Name:Stan Wawrinka
Net worth:$20 million
Age:38 years old (March 28, 1985)
Nationality:Swiss/German
Residence:Stans, Switzerland
Source of Wealth:Tennis, Endorsements
Prize Money:$36,558,554
Endorsements:Yonex, Jet Craft, Evian, TGV Lyria, Swiss Education Group, Rokit, Audemars Piguet, FROMM Packaging Systems


What is Stan Wawrinka's net worth in 2024?

According to several online sources, Stan Wawrinka's net worth is estimated at around $20 million, as of January 2024. His main sources of income are tennis prize money and sponsorship deals.


Wawrinka is very famous for his solid one-handed backhand. In 2009, tennis legend John McEnroe claimed that Wawrinka possessed "the best one-handed backhand in the game." The Economist described Wawrinka as "tennis' great latecomer" because he found success late in his career.


Stan Wawrinka Earnings

According to the ATP website, Wawrinka has won over $36.5 million in prize money so far in his career, which makes him the eighth-highest prize money earner in ATP tour history. He has won 16 singles and three doubles titles on the ATP tour.


Stan Wawrinka Endorsements


Stan Wawrinka is one of the most well-known tennis players in the world and has sponsorship deals with multiple prominent brands.


Yonex

Yonex is Wawrinka's long-time tennis equipment partner and uses the Yonex V CORE Pro 97H racket. He also has an apparel and footwear deal with Yonex.

Stan Wawrika's Endorsements
Image: Stan Wawrinka's Instagram


Jetcraft

Wawrinka also has an endorsement deal with aviation company Jetcraft, which he signed in 2016.


Evian

Wawrinka has been associated with the French brand Evian since 2019.

Stan Wawrinka
Image: Stan Wawrinka's Instagram


TGV Lyria

Wawrinka is also a brand ambassador for TGV Lyria, a company that runs a railway service connecting France and Switzerland.


Swiss Education Group

Wawrinka has been the brand ambassador of the Swiss Education Group since 2013.


Rokit

Wawrinka signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with global telecommunication company, Rokit, in June 2019.


Audemars Piguet

Wawrinka has an endorsement deal with Swiss manufacturer brand Audemars Piguet. He wears the watches during trophy presentation ceremonies.

Stan Wawrinka Net Worth
Stan Wawrinka


FROMM Packaging Systems

FROMM Packaging Systems is Wawrinka's long-time endorsement partner.


Stan Wawrinka Investments

No information about Stan Wawrinka’s investments is available in the public domain as of early 2024.


Stan Wawrinka Other Sources of Income

Besides income from the tennis prize money and sponsorship deals, no information is available about any other revenue streams for Stan Wawrinka as of 2024.


Stan Wawrinka House

Stan Wawrinka currently lives in Stans, Switzerland. However, no information is available regarding the location or price of the property.


Stan Wawrinka Cars

According to online sources, Stan Wawrinka owns Subaru XV and Mercedes S Class. Besides this, no information is available about his automobile collection.


Stan Wawrinka Charity Work

Stan Wawrinka is also very active in social work. In 2021, he donated $1 million to 'Make-A-Wish', a nonprofit organization that helps fulfill the wishes of children with a critical illness. He also supports Roger Federer's foundation which is involved in the development of educational projects in southern Africa.



FAQs

A. Stan Wawrinka is 6 feet 0 inches (183 cm) tall.

A. Yes, Stan Wawrinka won his lone ATP Masters 1000 title at the Monte Carlo Masters in 2014.

A. Stan Wawrinka is 38 years old as of January 2024. He was born on March 28, 1985.

A. Stan Wawrinka has won three grand slam titles in his career so far.

A. Stan Wawrinka has a tattoo on his left forearm. It is a quote from Irish writer Samuel Beckett: “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail Again. Fail Better."

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